The Soviets have made an amphibious landing into a
metropolitain city. The situation is serious, but the latest
reports indicate that Fort Bradley is still operational.
Unfortunately, you're cut off from the fort, and there has
been no recent communication. Using Tanya, you must
reestablish contact with a military base in the area. Tanya
must also survive this mission.
The mission starts with reports of Soviet Dreadnoughts
attacking a major landmark. Your troops in the area are
ineffective at stopping them, but you have Tanya on your
team for this mission. When you gain control of the mission,
select Tanya and have her attack the four Soviet ships.
She'll plant explosives on each one, destroying them and
ending the threat.
A Soviet transport drops off a group of Conscripts to
attack as well. You don't need to worry about these; the GIs
surrounding the area are more than enough to keep this small
ground assault away.
When Tanya approaches, Soviet Paratroopers appear.
Despite your best efforts, this Soviet attack is initially
successful and, you'll get a message from Romanov. He'll
invite you to lay down your weapons and join the great
Soviet Revolution. Naturally, you shouldn't (you can't
anyway). Your GIs can handle the Paratroopers easily. When
this attack is over, un-deploy the GIs. Now you have a force
to surround Tanya as you move to reestablish contact with
There's a bridge to the west. Head across it with the
entire group and destroy the V3 Launcher you find. As you
leave the bridge, you find a couple of GIs under attack from
Soviet Conscripts. Move in to rescue your men if you can.
Even if you can't, you should take out all of the Soviets
before moving on, heading north to the next bridge.
Keep moving north until you find the next group of Soviet
Paratroopers. Kill as many as you can, then follow the rest
to the east. Garrisoning the buildings here not only helps
you kill off the Conscripts, but also keeps your own units
safe. When you reach the ore field, deploy the GIs. The
buildings here are badly damaged and can't be garrisoned.
This area comes under heavy attack in the next few minutes,
and anything you can do to protect your Chrono Miner will
Move Tanya farther east and into the military base. This
reestablishes contact with the base, and you receive a new
mission objective. Tanya knows the location of a Soviet
supply dump. Taking it out would dramatically reduce the
effectiveness of the Soviet troops in the area. You must
destroy this supply base as soon as possible.
As soon as you enter the base, start building a Barracks,
placing it as soon as it's complete. Build about a dozen GIs
and, when your force is ready, look to the southern portion
of the base. Send one of the Engineers into the repair
building on the bridge and move your GIs and Tanya over the
bridge and into the Soviet camp.
As you cross the bridge, a large portion of the shroud is
revealed. You get a good look at the Soviet base. It's
guarded by a few Conscripts, as well as a Sentry Gun, which
will chew through your men quickly. Don't worry about it for
now. Target the barrels in the area to blow up any nearby
enemies, then move the GIs into the storage building. They
take it over, fortifying it and giving you a base of
Move Tanya into the base, south of the building you've
just taken. Have her target the Conscripts first. Her range
and ability to take out infantry with a single shot should
prevent her from taking any damage. Once the immediate
threat is gone, have Tanya move through the base, destroying
any and all structures she finds.
Tanya can handle the rest of the base on her own. Have her
take out all the buildings, shooting Conscripts as they
appear. Tanya shouldn't try to take on the Sentry Guns by
herself, however: If she dies, the mission ends. Instead,
send in the GIs, deploy them, and take out each gun
separately. Use Tanya to blow up the buildings. When all of
the Soviet structures are destroyed, the mission ends.